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At Home with Jonathan Osman is a real estate and home and garden podcast. As Charlotte North Carolina's go-to voice for all things residential real estate and owner of Tryon Realty Partners, Jonathan will share his insights on the real estate market, provide insider consumer advice, and interview fellow experts on all things real estate. Jonathan will also share his passion for technology, home automation, handy how-to's and exploring the Carolinas. Episodes are delivered twice per month.

Mar 30, 2021

This week, Ely Portillo from the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute joins to discuss the support and backlash to the Charlotte 2040 Comprehensive Plan.  Plus, we talk Thomas the Tank Engine and I try to explain why the housing market is completely insane.  Finally, if you like drinking games, take a shot every time I...

Mar 15, 2021

February 2020 was the last month that the real estate market wasn't negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.  This week, Jonathan looks at the effects on housing in Charlotte one year later and how likely is a proposed $15,000 Home Buyer Credit to become reality?  

Feb 22, 2021

This week, Jonathan is joined by WFAE Reporter David Boraks to discuss his series on an old asbestos manufacturing facility in Davidson, North Carolina that some hope to redevelop and the issues faced by the adjacent neighborhood. 

Dive deeper into David's reporting by visiting Asbestos Town on WFAE

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Feb 10, 2021

This week, Charlotte Observer Real Estate and Development Reporter Danielle Chemtob joins to share how Covid has impacted office vacancies, what's next on a site for the a new stadium for the Carolina Panthers, an update on Eastland Mall, River District and more. 

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Feb 2, 2021

Located in Northeast Charlotte, the neighborhood of University City has grown to become the second largest employment center in Charlotte from a diverse mix of employers including Atrium, AXA Equitable, Wells Fargo, Red Ventures and more.  Learn the history of the neighborhood and new developments heading to University...